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Intel Corporation Becomes First Corporate Partner in CSCMP’s Supply Chain Management

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) announced that the Intel Corporation will be its first corporate partner of CSCMP’s Supply Chain Management Professional Recognition Program.

The program is designed to formally recognize top-performing supply chain talent and is a collaborative effort between global businesses and CSCMP. Partner companies honor their outstanding supply chain practitioners with two designations, Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) and Senior Supply Chain Management Professional (Senior SCMP).

Supply chain practitioners are evaluated based on their companies’ specific criteria,which typically includes level of execution expertise and influence within the company and industry.

Intel Corporation’s senior supply chain master and SCMP program chair, James R.Kellso, was recognized with the Senior SCMP designation. The following Intel Corporation employees were recipients of the SCMP designation:

Simon Barrett, Supply Chain Master

Nikhil Chhabra, Strategic Capabilities Program Manager

German Ham, Supply Chain Master

Isaac Hooper, Supply Chain Master

Scott Kornak, Supply Chain Master

Pallas Kwok, Supply Chain Master

Shelly Lafree, Strategic Customer Programs Manager

Kenneth Loop, Supply Chain Master

Chris Philippi, EUV Commercialization Manager

K.C. Quah, Supply Chain Master

Michael Virani, Supply Chain Master

“We commend these practitioners on their commitment to professional excellence,” said Rick Blasgen, CSCMP’s president and CEO. “Earning one of these designations is a noteworthy achievement. It increases the profile of the individual receiving the recognition, as well as that of the profession by creating company- and industry-wide awareness of the supply chain professional’s significant role in the global marketplace.”

Supply chain professionals who earn these designations are recognized by the organizations they work for, under the auspices of CSCMP. The individuals receive recognition on CSCMP’s web site and in various association publications. The program is not a supply chain certification.

CSCMP’s Supply Chain Management Professional Recognition Program benefits both individual firms and the industry as a whole by recognizing and utilizing the expertise and knowledge base within a company. Any organization that employs supply chain professionals, regardless of its mission, size, or location, may participate in the program. There are no fees to participate.

Founded in 1963, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals is the preeminent association for individuals involved in supply chain management. CSCMP provides global educational, career development, and networking opportunities to over 9,000 members.


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